In Tel Aviv, Neil Patrick Harris says he's no gay icon

TEL AVIV, Israel -- This year's official international ambassador to Tel Aviv's Gay Pride Parade says he has no interest in being a gay icon.

TV star Neil Patrick Harris arrived in Israel Wednesday along with his husband, the chef and actor David Burtka, to headline Tel Aviv's annual celebration of its famous gay-friendly scene.

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